During his iconic career, rock and roll legend Eddie Money created a slew of songs that became a part of our culture. The singer/songwriter died in 2019 shortly after revealing he’d been diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer. Prior to his diagnosis, Money checked in with Growing Bolder and described his enduring passion for making new music.
What is it like to live with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease? Teepa Snow is one of the world’s leading educators on dementia. In this eye-opening conversation, she explains what caregivers and loved ones need to know about what is going on in the minds of those with dementia.
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Don Most made us all laugh as Richie Cunningham’s practical-joke playing friend Ralph Malph on Happy Days. After appearing in feature films and even directing a few, Don says he’s returning to his first love — singing.
In this episode of Growing Bolder What’s Next, we’re listening and learning. In the wake of one of the most historic weeks in our nation’s history, we are hosting a candid conversation about race, featuring Dr. Francois Clemmons, who portrayed Officer Clemmons on “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” and GB friends and contributors Secily Wilson and Dr. Jim Smith Jr.
Isn’t it great when we do the things we really want to do? It’s even better when the things we love to do also make a difference in the lives of others. Rose and Bob Jordan took their love of bicycling and turned it into a project to help others learn how to cycle safely.
If you’ve already lost your parents, chances are you wish you’d spent more time with them. Yogi Roth never wanted to feel that way. Find out the bold adventure he decided to take with his father and how he’s launched a campaign to encourage the rest of us to spend time with the people we love.
Welcome to an all-new episode of Growing Bolder’s What’s Next. This week, the fashionable and fabulous street fashion photographer Ari Seth Cohen and his muse, 77-year-old Judith Boyd, join us live to talk confidence and empowerment, at any age.
The White House announces plans to cap the monthly out-of-pocket costs for the 3 million Medicare beneficiaries who rely upon insulin to control their diabetes.
Have you turned to the arts during this global pandemic? Whether it’s painting, crafting, reading or watching films and TV, the arts have had a crucial role in making many of us feel better. Have you thought about creating art yourself? It’s easier than you think! Joshua Vickery of CFC Arts offers encouragement for tapping into your creative side.